O. – Micro –
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O. – Micro

O. – Micro

The London duo O., known for their succinctly curious band name, is back with another intriguing track titled “Micro.” Ahead of their debut album “WeirdOs,” this piece showcases a brilliant clash of saxophone and drums, where saxophonist Joe Henwood blurs the lines between organic and electronic. His sax sounds so distorted it could be mistaken for a synth or a guitar, creating a rich tapestry of sounds that defy traditional categorization.

Drummer Tash Keary contributes with intricate breakbeats that add a rugged, raw texture to the track, matching the intensity and physicality of Henwood’s performance. Together, they craft a piece that is less about melody and more about the experience—a sonic exploration that pushes the boundaries of what two musicians can do.

The music video, directed by Wendy Vision, complements the track’s chaotic energy perfectly, visually encapsulating the frenetic pace and the blend of sounds with vivid, almost psychedelic imagery. “Micro” is not just a song; it’s an immersive experience that exemplifies the duo’s commitment to experimentation and their flair for the dramatic in music.

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